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Hogan Lovells Innovation Lounge talks data privacy, drones, 3D printing, autonomous vehicles and AI. Catch the next edition in July

On April 16 we held the latest Innovation Lounge at our Washington D.C. office. Law students, associates, counsel, and government employees alike listened to a select panel of tech titans from Koch, MOBORK, Rosetta Stone, and GE address the latest issues in the innovative tech and regulatory space. Senior Associate Andrea DiSandro chaired the event

Influencer promo guide: Best practices for drug and device firms

In our “Influencer promo guide: Best practices for drug and device firms”, we offered a list of best practices for medical device and pharmaceutical companies interested in taking advantage of the benefits of social media influencers for advertising their products, while adhering to FDA regulations. How can these companies be mindful of FDA rules while

2018 – The year the pharma industry felt AI’s impact and potential

Artificial Intelligence (AI)  is not new… but this year its impact, and the potential for change, was felt across the pharma industry in areas such as drug discovery, tech collaboration, regulation and patentability. When considering the reasons for this, the answer is not that AI is new. ‘AI’ is an umbrella term covering a spectrum

Drones – Is the sky the limit? -‘Intellectual Values seminar series #3’ video

On 17 October 2017, Hogan Lovells, London hosted its annual ‘Intellectual Values’ seminar which this year focused on the ‘connected world’. Paul Joukador, a partner in our London Tech Hub, gave a talk on the commercial opportunities and challenges arising from drone technology. A drone is an unmanned air-borne vehicle that shares what it sees

EU: Future-proofing privacy – A guide to preparing for the EU Data Protection Regulation

The new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is finally with us. All change. All affected. Now is the time to pay attention. Businesses have two years to prepare for the new GDPR, which will become fully enforceable on 25 May 2018. Our Privacy and Cybersecurity team has issued an up to date practical guide,

DSM Watch: Europe’s Digital Single Market Strategy – a focus on Pillar 2

On 6 May 2015, the European Commission published its Digital Single Market Strategy for Europe. The Strategy sets out a total of 16 initiatives under 3 pillars which lay the groundwork for Europe’s digital future. In this post (the third in a series), we focus on the initiatives introduced under the second pillar: Creating the right

DSM Watch: Europe’s Digital Single Market Strategy – a focus on Pillar 1

On 6 May 2015, the European Commission published its Digital Single Market Strategy for Europe. The Strategy sets out a total of 16 initiatives under 3 pillars which lay the groundwork for Europe’s digital future. Following our overview last week, in this post we focus on the initiatives introduced under the first pillar: Better access for

DSM Watch: European Commission agrees areas for action on Juncker’s Digital Single Market Strategy

On 25 March 2015, the European Commission set out the three main areas it will focus on in developing its Digital Single Market Strategy, which is due to be published in May. These are: Better access for consumers and businesses to digital goods and services. This includes: Facilitating cross-border e-commerce, especially for SMEs, with harmonised consumer

News in Russian Advertising Law

Russian Advertising Law has been substantially amended in the course of 2014 and January 2015. More details are below, but the most remarkable amendments relate to the introduction of a prohibition on advertising on Pay-TV channels and prohibition on advertising of alcoholic beverages. In addition, some restrictions introduced in 2014 have been now softened, with